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Maintain Culture Through Training and Development

Published Mon Apr 26 2021


As the pandemic forced us from our offices into nontraditional workspaces, business leaders worried about how the transition would affect culture in the short term. More than a year later, it’s clear that remote work is here to stay in some form, leaving leadership wondering what the long-term effects will be on organizational identity. And it’s an important question too. According to a recent study by Glassdoor, 56 percent of employees feel that a company’s culture is more important than their salary when it comes to overall levels of job satisfaction. To maintain culture through the transition to increasingly digital and decentralized workplaces, it’s important not to neglect training and development. Your employees want to grow professionally, and their growth will translate to your success. Creating a culture of learning will not only make you more attractive in luring new talent, but it will help retain the talent you already have.

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